Using information about personal outcomes: Examples from the
... an outcomes approach have been identified as engagement, recording and using information
(Cook and Miller 2012). While considerable effort has been invested in supporting outcomes
focused engagement or conversations at the frontline, and more recently recording outcomes,
less progress is evident wit ...
Strengthening our engagement with families and
... moderate engagement with family and other agencies; efficient throughput of work; case
management; and supervision.
Reflective practice, characterised by: critical reflection on issues; principled, quality
practice decision-making and interventions; depth of analysis; engagement with families
and re ...
Rock in pond: three practices of Institutional Bricolage
... Delineating broad characteristics of bricolage still leaves us with the question of how
are these processes combined or blended to produce hybrid institutions in particular
contexts. Building on the broad elements of bricolage defined by Cleaver (2012), de
Koning (2011) tracks three types of practic ...
Bentson Clark reSource Article
... rate, debt-free value and value expressed as a percentage
of collections for each respective practice. However, we
caution that solely looking at the high-level data presented in
this annual analysis does not provide the full compliment of
data used to accurately value any given practice. Many other ...
Chapter 2 International Human Resource Management
... policies or practices may be perceived; for example the use of performance related
pay may not be appropriate in all countries. Second, there is the legalistic notion of
what is ‘legitimate’, where MNCs have to yield and comply with local statutes; for
example, does the organization have to pay ove ...
OCT2014Newsletter - asttbc-pi
... The question of certification vs scope of practice was raised – in other words, can a member
practice in an area where they are qualified to do so even if they don’t have a specific certification?
Interesting question. For example, could someone with an AScT in a building related discipline,
and man ...
... • Inquiry in the service of generating new generalizable
knowledge and theory development is a primary
focus of the PhD
• Inquiry in the service of addressing or solving a
significant problem of practice is a primary focus of
A best practice or best practise is a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved with other means, and that is used as a benchmark. In addition, a ""best"" practice can evolve to become better as improvements are discovered. Best practice is considered by some as a business buzzword, used to describe the process of developing and following a standard way of doing things that multiple organizations can use.Best practices are used to maintain quality as an alternative to mandatory legislated standards and can be based on self-assessment or benchmarking. Best practice is a feature of accredited management standards such as ISO 9000 and ISO 14001.Some consulting firms specialize in the area of best practice and offer pre-made 'templates' to standardize business process documentation. Sometimes a ""best practice"" is not applicable or is inappropriate for a particular organization's needs. A key strategic talent required when applying best practice to organizations is the ability to balance the unique qualities of an organization with the practices that it has in common with others.Good operating practice is a strategic management term. More specific uses of the term include good agricultural practices, good manufacturing practice, good laboratory practice, good clinical practice and good distribution practice.